We work in London as a corporate portrait photographers with over 20 years experience in working with design agencies and many of the UK’s top corporate companies. Recent commissions can be found on our
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Commission for a client whose offices are based on the new Google Campus in Bonhill Street. He asked us to capture some casual and relaxed headshots for his digital media/marketing purposes. These were taken around the building and we used the quirky interiors to add to the informal look.
Recent work with Pure Recruitment Group who asked us to photograph some of their London staff and to source photographers who were local to their international offices. We used the London office background to impose the Hong Kong and New York headshots onto so all the offices would have the same corporate look.
Recent shoot for Penna who are a London based global management business with offices across the UK. These images were captured for their website at their London offices in Gracechurch Street and Fleet Place. We spent several days sitting in on meetings and attending training sessions with a result we collected a wide selection of corporate reportage images for their company library.
Recent shoot for Henry Wiltshire International at their offices in Vauxhall. They have recently opened a new branch and asked us to capture some contemporary reportage office and staff images for their new website and PR campaign.
These were captured on a recent commission for CEO Magazine. They asked us to take some generic corporate photos at the offices where we were shooting the portraits for their large magazine article. This out of focus style of photography, known as bokeh means that the image only suggests ideas and locations and does not illustrate as a normal photograph would. We have been asked to shoot these for various London clients who have used them on websites as backgrounds and on business social media as corporate banner images.
Commission for three presenters from NBC News Worldwide who had their headshots taken in our studio space. The dark background is proving very popular at the moment for use on LinkedIn as it makes the portrait stand out more on a profile page which is mainly white space.
This style of relaxed office portraits has become very contemporary recently and allows you to show your staff and directors in their natural office environment. This gives the perception of opening up your business to current and potential clients and letting them see the ‘real’ people inside the company.